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Water Jump
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DIMENSIONS 21" x 25"
FINISH black
FRAME DETAILS mountboard/glass/hand-finished wood
MADE OF print on paper
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Aug 01 - Aug 06
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London-based William Stafford Gallery is a treasure trove of fine-art prints, contemporary black-and-white photography, sepia photography, and works in color. By commissioning artists and photographers and then controlling all aspects of print production, the gallery ensures a consistently exceptional quality. Through collaborations with master framemakers, it offers new and refreshing presentation ideas in pace with today's design trends.
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Jumping Joe Cash, captain of the U.S. team, sails to victory on his last jump to win the men's World Tournament championship in 1957. This print is set in a gesso-and-wood frame that has been hand-finished by craftsmen using 17th-century Florentine techniques and hand-painted in black.

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